“Phishing” (pronounced “fishing”) is when criminals use email to try to lure you to fake websites, where you are asked to disclose confidential financial and/or personal information, like passwords, account numbers or transaction information.
How to recognize common phishing tactics:
First, it was “phishing,” where criminals send email by the thousands in hopes of tricking unsuspecting users into sharing confidential information.
Now, there’s “vishing.” In this latest twist, fraudsters use a telephone number in the phishing email instead. If you call, a person or an automated response system will ask for your personal and/or account information.
When you call J.P. Morgan, only call standard Help Desk or Service Officer phone numbers.
Reminder: J.P. Morgan will never ask you for your password.
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